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# Sketching the General Shape, KnowingEach of | Ch 4.4 - 66E

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Problem 66E

Problem 66E

Sketching the General Shape, Knowing

Each of exercise gives the first derivative of a continuous function Find and then use steps 2–4 of the graphing procedure on page 248 to sketch the general shape of the graph of ƒ.

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In this question, each of exercise gives the first derivative of a continuous function .  Find and then use steps 2–4 of the graphing procedure on page 248 to sketch the general shape of the graph of .

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